British Transport Hotels Club seeks new members

22 November 2010 by
British Transport Hotels Club seeks new members

Former managers and heads of department of British Transport Hotels (BTH) are being sought to join the BTH Managers' Club.

Set up to keep alive the spirit and traditions of BTH, the club continues to thrive 27 years after the demise of the company in 1983, when it was privatised by the Thatcher government.

The portfolio included the Grosvenor hotel adjacent to London's Victoria Station, the Great Western Royal in Paddington, the Midland in Manchester, as well as Gleneagles (pictured) and Turnberry in Scotland.

The club runs a programme of social activities, and provides an opportunity for members to network and rekindle friendships - and to make new ones.

For further information and an application form please contact: Mark Bentley, Rose Cottage, Kings Mill, Driffield YO25 6TT. Tel: 01377 254371. Email:

Hospitality ownership over the past 25 years >>

Turnberry - a former British Transport Hotels >>

Rick Stein - A former British Transport Hotels trainee >>

By Janet Harmer

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